// SIMPLE & LOW BUDGET // Egg Stand

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This simple woodworking project is an ideal way to start practicing your woodworking skills.
It is a perfect gift for the Eastern but not only. People who enjoy eating this healthy food from the nature will benefit from this stand through the year. It keeps your fridge nice and organized.

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Step 1: Things You Need

Wood plate
Wood glue
Sanding paper (grid 120;240)
Colorless wood polish
Drill (no 35)
Measurer
Brush
Jigsaw
Clamps

Step 2: Cutting the Material

Cut the wood into size 315 x 120 mm (12,4 x 4,7 inches).
Cut legs under 20 degrees, into size 40 x 25 mm.

Step 3: Marking the Holes

Mark the drilling points for the holes.
To find these exact points first find the horizontal center of the plate, then find the centers of both halves. Then mark a point after every 16 mm.

Step 4: Drilling the Holes

Drill the holes. To protect the wood, use an extra plate between the egg stand and the drill. The clamps will hold everything nicely in its place.

Step 5: Glueing the Legs

Glue the legs of the egg stand to the corners of the plate. The clamps will hold them tightly together. Wait until the glue is dry.

Step 6:

Step 7:

Polish the egg stand then slightly sand once again and polish one more time. If the egg stand feels smooth it`s finished.

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